Shea, cocoa and mango butter are fantastic elements however not everyone seems to be conversant in them. Listed here are some guidelines of engagement.
1. They react to chilly and warmth
Shea, cocoa and mango butter are warmth delicate. Preserve them out of direct warmth and undoubtedly don’t microwave them or the combination will liquefy.
Likewise, you’ll discover they’re a bit firmer within the winter (however under no circumstances powerful and nonetheless very spreadable!)
2. Texture varies
All of our whips are tender and spreadable, however there are small variations in texture relying on which butters are within the base. For instance, our uncooked shea whips (Lavender, Peppermint, Unscented and Lemongrass) are our thickest. Our mango whips (Whipped Mango, Coconut Lime) have the silkiest texture, and our cocoa whips (Whipped Cocoa, Mocha Latte, Ice Cream, Cocoa Shea, Olive Oil Whipped Cocoa) soften quickest upon contact with pores and skin.
3. Scented, however not fragrance
Our butters scent unbelievable as a result of we use important oils, that are non-synthetic and plant-derived, to scent them. However important oils will not be perfumes and aren’t designed to have the identical depth. Nonetheless, our clients usually get compliments from strangers about how good they scent. 😊💋
4. Mango butter doesn’t scent like mango
It’s a bummer however mango butter doesn’t scent like mango. It comes from the seed of the fruit, not the flesh, and has a slight, leafy/inexperienced scent.
5. Whipped butter reduces irritation in addition to moisturizes
Shea, cocoa and mango butter don’t simply soften pores and skin, they scale back irritation from bug bites, eczema, psoriasis and excessive dryness.
We hope this clears up a number of the thriller round whipped butter! Enter coupon code YUMMY for 20% off your subsequent order.